Quickly sort and search through the Caran d’Ache Museum Aquarelle water colour pencil range by using the interactive colour chart below.
Use this handy online tool to find each pencil’s colour wheel family, pencil name, pencil number and lightfast rating. Also see a colour swatch for each coloured pencils. These colour swatches are drawn with the dry pencil on the left of the image. The wet pencil is on the right of the image.
A recent blog post provided a closer look at the colour family colours and neutral colours available in the range of 76 Caran d’Ache Museum coloured pencils. This dynamic colour chart is to help you quickly find the coloured pencil you need for your art and craft projects. You can refer to the manufacturers colour chart for your reference.
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You’ll find this chart helpful as you can find a coloured pencil’s details without having to physically search through your pencils, or your physical colour chart. It will be a great time saver for you.
Museum Interactive Colour Chart
Caran d’Ache Museum lightfast ratings are shown as:
2 = **, 3 = *** , 4=**** and 5=*****
The least lightfast rating is ** and the hightest lightfast rating is *****.
The search button on the right hand side above the table is the global search button and it searches all columns within the table. The search bar above each column searches for information within that column.
When searching for information, first use the global search button. Then use the column searches to refine your search.
Please note that the single colours have a full stop ‘.’ at the end of their name. (This is to isolate them from the colour families with duplicate data).
Hint: Remove all data from the search boxes to return to the full colour chart.
All columns are searchable.
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